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Pencil This In: Project Ethos' Night of Art, Music, Fashion and Zombies and Suburbia at the Sacred Fools Theater

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Project Ethos is putting on a night of fashion, music and art at the Music Box tonight in Hollywood. The collections of 10 designers will be featured, including two from Project Runway: Gordana Gehlhausen (GOGA by Gordana) and Jesus Estrada (Haus of Estrada). Live performances by R&B singer, Bruno Mars, Love Grenades and DJ Mando Fresko (Power 106) will be heard throughout the evening. There’s also live painting and visual installations. 8 pm. Tickets $20-$1000. Ages 18+.

The Arts Council for Long Beach's A LOT series brings temporary visual and performing arts to vacant lots. Tonight’s installation Expulsion in the city’s Cambodia Town features a performance from Collage Dance Theatre (CDT) who explore “the temporary, often fragile nature of 'home.'” There’s a symposium following the performance. DJ set at 6 pm, Kogi BBQ at 6:30 pm. Or bring a picnic if you prefer. Free.

Tonight Sacred Fools Theater Company presents Neighborhood III: Requisition of Doom by Jennifer Haley. Directed by Jaime Robledo, the play takes place in a suburban subdivision with identical houses, teens are addicted to an online horror video game about zombies in a neighborhood of identical houses. The line blurs between virtual reality and reality. Tonight at 8 pm. Runs Fridays and Saturdays through April 24. Tickets: $20